Baiz not only carries spices, they also have fresh chicken and meat (halal) and they also have dairy products, freshly baked Arabic bread, Lebanese sweets, and grocery items typically found in a ME store. Not only that, they also cater to other international communities such as the subcontinent and some gulf and Persian items, all of which are very important for our international cuisines. Fruit and vegies are fresh. They have a butcher that will cut meat into pieces that you prefer.
Perfect little meat shop. The owners are very friendly as well. They also sell grocery items. A lot middle eastern food ingredients...spices, candies. Open Sesame is a Halal meat market that offer unique East/West Indian, Pakistani, Middle eastern and European groceries store.
Good place for buying meat, spices, biryani and kebabs. The spice collection is plentiful. They have a whole range of whole and powdered spices, including a bunch of Shaan's wonderful masalas. They also have an assortment of lentils, flour, frozen stuff like samosas, naans, rotis and fresh meat and chicken.
This is a great little market. They get produce in every week, and fresh Halal meats in twice per week (Tues & Fri). Sultan Market is a great alternative to Baiz if you just need a few things or you're a little further East.
It's a store, where you could buy Halal meats, canned goods and clothing. Alzohour Market is a "mom-n-pop" shop. They a fairly wide selection of Bosnian items on the shelves